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Ethnic Media Outlets Urge House Republicans to Pass Immigration Reform

Media serving immigrant communities insist ‘There is no room for failure.’

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Article Sparks Concern Over the Future of New York’s Leading Spanish-Language Daily

An article speculating on the possible demise of El Diario has hit a nerve in the city’s Hispanic community.

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Dominican Women Follow Politics like Baseball, but Struggle to Get in the Game

The Dominican Republic holds presidential and congressional elections on Sunday. This year three women are running for vice president, which is awakening interest in the election among Dominican women in New York. A story from our partner El Diario/La Prensa.

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With Dominican Republic Elections Set for Sunday, NY Dominicans are Caught Up in Campaign Fever

Dominican immigrants vote in their homeland’s national election on Sunday. We bring you election coverage from our partner El Diario/La Prensa.

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Perry Fumbles With Hispanics in New York

GOP Presidential candidate Rick Perry met with Hispanic community leaders in his visit to New York this week. He was greeted with a little warmth and a lot of skepticism.

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NYC Cooperation with ICE on Immigrant Detentions Angers Council Members

A heated exchange between the Bloomberg administration and its critics over federal access to immigrant inmates at the city’s Rikers Island prison.

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Cuomo’s Campaign Promises to Latinos

The Democratic candidate for New York governor said if elected he’ll review the controversial Secure Communities agreement with the federal government.

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Gillibrand Vows to Take on Immigration Reform

NY Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand was initially attacked by immigrant groups for not being sensitive to their issues. Now, as she runs for reelection, she’s reaching out to Hispanic voters and gave El Diario/La Prensa an exclusive interview.

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El Diario Endorses Latino Insurgents in NY Primary

New York’s biggest Spanish language paper is hoping for fresh blood in the New York State legislature.

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Staten Island Hate Crimes: An Investigation by El Diario/La Prensa

The Spanish-language daily has just published a series of reports on the recent wave of attacks on Mexican immigrants living on Staten Island.